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입자이론연구실에서 미국 스탠포드대의 김한영 박사님을 초청하여 아래와 같이 세미나를 개최합니다.

학과 구성원 여러분의 많은 참석을 부탁드립니다.

○ 일시: 2018년 8월 23일(목) 오후 2:00 ~ 3:30

○ 장소: 제1과학관 기초과학연구소 세미나실(31317)

○ 연사:       박사님 (미국 스탠포드대)

○ Title: What will we do with near-term quantum computers?

○ Abstract:  Soon, we can expect to build a quantum computer consisting of 50 to 100 qubits. These devices are expected to be large and reliable, and the consensus is that their behavior will be difficult to simulate classically. While an error-corrected fault-tolerant quantum computer promises great speedups over a range of important problems, even the best known error correction method to date will be unable to reduce the noise to a desired level. An outstanding challenge then is to come up with an application that can be reliably run on these noisy intermediate-scale devices. Can we do anything that is practically useful? I will survey the existing approaches to this problem, and discuss the main challenges. Despite many of the challenges, we have quantitative reasons to believe that near-term computers will be a powerful tool to study general strongly-correlated quantum many-body systems in the thermodynamic limit. I will report on this recent progress, and discuss its future prospects.

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